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The Great Bronze Age of China: An Exhibition from the People's Republic of China by Wen Fong  (Edited by) - First Edition - 1980 - from Ultramarine Books and Biblio.com

The Great Bronze Age of China: An Exhibition from the People's Republic of China

by Wen Fong (Edited by)

Condition: Fine/Fine


New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1980 386 pages; 121 colorplates; 130 b&w illustrations; 10 maps; 2 tables; loosely laid-in is an additional map, China's Administrative Divisions. Taking us back about 4000 years this is an extraordinary catalogue of artistic and technical skill as well as beauty. The colorplates are mostly full-page photos that clearly show the exquisite detail on the bronzes. Clean throughout, no tears or marks; the dustjacket is protected by a poly cover.. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Fine. Large 4to. Exhibition Catalogue.


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